Sen. Edward Markey( D-Mass .) continued to intimate that Congress may take action on net neutrality during an interrogation this week.
The Massachusetts senator, who has been an outspoken partisan of net neutrality and spearheaded the Senate’s CRA attempt last year to overrule the Federal Communications Commission’s( FCC) decision to abolition the rules, spoke with WGBH, a radio depot, about what the future of the issue may hold in Congress.
This is the second time this month that Markey has touched on possible legislative initiatives. Earlier this month, as a federal court listened oral proofs for a dres the objective of which is to overturn the abolition, the senator said he would” soon” acquaint a bill that would codify net neutrality rules.
” We will soon lay down a parliamentary marker in the Senate in its pursuit of net neutrality to evidence the American people that we are on their back in overwhelmingly corroborating a free and open internet ,” he said at the time.
Markey intimated again at Congress becoming involved on Wednesday, telling WGBH he was working with fellow Democrat to throw net neutrality” on the political hot seat .”
” In 2019, there will be action now coming out of the House ,” he said, according to the radio terminal, lending:” Over in the Senate, stand carolled because I am working with other Democrat in a strategy to have the Senate, as well, be put on the political electric chair .”
During a House subcommittee discovering earlier this month various Republican said they would introduce their own net neutrality bills, however, preaches stressed that the bills has not been able to go far enough in protecting net neutrality.
You can speak more about Markey’s interview with WGBH here.